The PlayStation Portable (PSP) is a gaming console made for mobile gaming. The PSP allows users to connect to a computer to transfer files, music or games to the unit. Remapping the PSP involves changing the drive letter assigned to the device.
Connect your PSP to your computer via the USB cable that came with your console.
Click the "Start" button and then click on the "Control Panel" icon.
Click on the "System and Maintenance" icon and then click "Administrative Tools."
Double-click on the "Computer Management" icon. Enter your administrator password into the field that appears.
Click on the "Disk Management" icon and then right click on your PSP icon. Click the "Change Drive Letter and Paths" icon.
Click on the "Change" icon and then click the "Assign the following drive letter."
Type the letter you want to use. Click the "OK" button.